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There are a number of things to worry about when planning for a removal. Most of our customers are concerned about damage to their items en route to the new home. But we offer insurance and guarantees, as well as some of the most experienced moving professionals in the business as assurance that your belongings are safe and sound with us. There are more pressing issues, which we feel our customers should be aware of, so that they can be taken care of with as little worry as possible. For example, reserving a parking space for the day of, letting the proper storage space for your things, and ordering the correct amount of packing supplies and materials are all crucial factors in the success of your EC2 move. When you hire us as your moving company EC2, you can rest assured that not only will your things arrive intact, but that we will prepare your for all the little difficulties that moving brings, so that in the end, it won't seem like such a big job.
There are four postcode districts in the EC postcode area in London. In fact, this postcode area is also called the London EC postcode area, which is simply a more accurate name. The EC stands for Eastern Central, which is really only news to people who do not live in or around London. The EC postcode area was designated in 1917, so it has outlived many (or most) of the city's residents at this point, but it is still an important part of the central London landscape. That is because almost all of the City of London is included in this postcode area, as well as certain parts of the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Hackney, Islington and Camden. It is an area of very high population density, so it makes sense that the four districts - EC1, EC2, EC3 and EC4 have been further broken down into another 20 postcode (sub)districts that are far more useful for mail sorting. The four larger postcode districts within the EC area are not entirely useless - they are found on street signs and act as geographical markers in this bustling part of the capital city.
The EC2 postcode district has the boundary of Old Street on the northern side, Poultry, Cheapside and Threadneedle Street on its southern end, Aldersgate on the west, and Bishopsgate on the east. It more or less includes the City of London's northeaster corner, moving away from St. Paul's Cathedral. It is also home to Moorgate, Liverpool Street and Finsbury Circus, as well as small portions of the London Boroughs of Islington and Hackney.
Of the 28 smaller postcode districts within the Eastern Central postcode area, seven of them are within the EC2 district. They are: EC2A, EC2M, EC2N, EC2P, EC2R, EC2V, and EC2Y, which correspond to similar postcode districts within each of the four districts of the EC postcode area. Each of the seven postcode districts in EC2 falls within the City of London, except for EC2A, which is in Hackney. They also all have a distinct coverage area. EC2A covers Shoreditch in Hackney; EC2M covers Liverpool Street and Broadgate; EC2N covers Tower 42 and Old Broad Street, EC2P is a non-geographic postcode area; EC2R covers the Bank of England, EC2V has a coverage area of Guildhall and EC2Y covers the Barbican.
Don't forget to reserve parking for the moving van. Contact the City of London
or the Borough of Hackney
, depending on your new address. Hire our moving company today, and you'll see the difference a professional service can make in easing you into EC2. Call on and leave the rest to us!
Postcode Liverpool Street nearby postcodes EC1, EC3, EC4, N1, E1, E2